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The University has been ranked 36th in the 2019 Complete University Guide, representing an improvement of five places on last year.
The table which ranks Liverpool 22nd in the Russell Group, features 10 indicators including student satisfaction, research, grades and graduate prospects in order to compare 131 UK Higher Education institutions.
The University improved average Academic Services Spend per student by £91 to £1703, Graduate Prospects by 2% to 78.5% and First/2.1s by 2.6% to 79.3%.
The research indicator, which measures both quality and intensity, reflects performance in the Research Excellence Framework. The combined score for these two indicators ranks Liverpool 35th, a position which will be used each year of publication until the next research performance exercise.
In separate listings covering 70 subjects, Liverpool is listed in 42, and features in the top 10 of seven: Occupational Therapy (5th out of 27), Veterinary Medicine (5th out of 7), Archaeology (7th out of 32), Medical Technology (7th out of 30), Optometry/Ophthalmology/Orthoptics (9th out of 13), Chemistry (10th out of 60) and Physiotherapy (10th out of 34).
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